Here is a place to develop friendships, job training and life skills. Our resident-to-staff ratio ensures plenty of personal attention and support every step of the way. Here, you’ll learn how to manage your emotions, become more self-reliant and embark onto a path for a productive life.
Welcome to our cozy residence nestled in southwestern Wisconsin. We provide housing for young women with FASD, ages 18 and older, who face the challenge of transitioning to adulthood.
FASD at a Glance
FASD is an umbrella term describing a range of effects that can occur in a child exposed in utero to alcohol. FASD is a major cause of learning disabilities, school failure, homelessness, and unemployment. They are disproportionately represented in the criminal justice system.
Please Take Our Survey
We have received over 600 submissions!
Help us gather and supply more robust data! FASD Communities is an organization comprised of volunteers, each of whom has been affected by FASD in different ways. We need your help understanding which subsets of those living with FASD may have the greatest need for and may benefit the most from our efforts. If you have a loved one over the age of 18 with FASD (diagnosed or suspected) and an IQ above 70, please take a few moments to complete this survey (link above). Please complete the survey only one time. We encourage you to forward the survey to other caregivers and young adults living with the challenges of FASD.
“We create sustainable living communities across the United States for young adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) that will give them the support they need to become contributing members of society.”